WELCOME to the website of San Juan Baptist Association
The San Juan Baptist Association is a cooperating network of 34 Southern Baptist churches, on mission, to communicate the Good News about Jesus Christ. From the Navajo communities around the Four Corners Monument, to Chama, NM in the Rocky Mountains to the east, and southward across the Eastern Navajo Checkerboard country, our churches resource each other and share fellowship in the Gospel.
In addition to our present member churches, we are presently partnering with the leaders of the Hogan Si' Ani American Indian Cowboy Church near Mexican Water, AZ, the Rockin’ J Cowboy Church in Farmington, and the Tooh Worship Center in Shiprock as they plant new churches. The Korean American Church in Farmington is also in the process of being established.
Who We Are
Who we are, as peoples and communities, may be more important than any definition of our association. We reflect the many differing cultures of the Four Corners Area and Northern New Mexico. Our churches are multi-cultural, New Mexico-style gatherings of believers - in our cities, villages, and countryside locations. Included in our primary mission field are the 15 congregations that minister to the peoples of the Navajo and Jicarilla Apache Nations.
Browse through our web page for information concerning our association and its ministries, as well as information about our churches. Contact us if you have additional questions.
San Juan Baptist Association's Mission Statement: Churches serving Jesus Christ together, pursuing the spiritual transformation of the communities of San Juan County and the Four Corners Area.
Find Help and Healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. Sessions held Monday, 7:00-9:00 pm. For more information, contact 505-320-5559 or 505-608-1198. This is free to attend.
Check out the Four Corners Re-Entry Ministry Team Link at http://convictedbychrist.org/re-entry-program
The program "Re-Entry" is providing assistance to men and women returning back into society from prison/jail. It is to help them re-integrate back into society and direct them to the different opportunities and recovery programs that are available in our community.
Food and clothes are available through the Crisis Closet on Monday mornings. Clients must attend a devotion at 11 am to receive assistance.